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Top 10 Prime Day deals for Day 2: AirPods, TVs, laptops and more

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We're over half way through Prime Day, and time is running out if you're looking to take advantage of Amazon's deals bonanza. 

But before you panic and add any old discounted product to your cart, here are some of our picks from the second day of sales. Whether you're looking to upgrade to a big 4K screen or join the AirPods club, here are the 10 best Prime Day deals you can get right now


Echo Dot: was $49 now $18 @ Amazon
Go and grab one of our favorite smart speakers for Prime Day. The third-generation Echo Dot is now less than half-price, delivering Alexa and good audio quality in a compact design.


Apple AirPods: was $159 now $114 @ Amazon
Apple's 2019 AirPods improve on the originals in almost every way, and while you can get true wireless earphones with better sound quality, none play as nicely with iPhones as Apple's own AirPods. At $114.99, this is the cheapest they have ever been on Amazon, and at this price they're an absolute steal.


Ring Video Doorbell Pro: was $249 now $169 @ Amazon
The Ring Video Doorbell Pro lets you always know who's at the door, whether you're at home or not. The Pro model improves on the original with 1080p HD video, and for Prime Day, Amazon is throwing in a free Echo Show 5. That means you don't just get a live feed of your door to your phone: it can be on your new smart display, too. 


LG 55-inch 4K NanoCell TV: was $900 now $499 @ Amazon
LG's 2019 Nano 8 Series TV set is a great choice for those looking to make the jump to 4K without spending the Earth. Normally $900, this 44% saving means you're getting a good sized 55-inch LED TV with Alexa and Google Assistant built in for just $500. Apple fans will be delighted to know that it also supports AirPlay 2, for easy streaming from your Mac, iPhone or iPad.

Poweradd Pilot Pro 2

Poweradd 23000mAh Power Bank: was $87 now $68.99 @ Amazon
Keep your laptop or smartphone charged anywhere with this 23000mAh power bank. This accessory has enough juice to charge your iPhone or Galaxy up to 8 times. It has two USB ports, an LCD screen for status and a tough aluminum design.


iPad 10.2-inch (2020 Model): was $329 now $299
It's not the biggest discount in the world, but considering the 2020 iPad has only been out for a month, it's hard to quibble with a $30 saving. The 10.2-inch tablet packs Apple's fast A12 Bionic chip and supports Apple Pencil for doodling on the go. This price is for the 32GB model, but if you need more space, the 128GB version is also discounted by $30.


Dell XPS 13: was $849 now $679 @ Dell
The XPS 13 is the best laptop you can buy, thanks to its design, size and specs. This model will give you enough speed for multitasking with a 10th Gen Core i5 CPU, and its 128GB SSD should prove plenty speedy. You'll need to use the upon code '50OFF699' to get the $50 extra discount at the checkout stage to get the deal prices.

Sony A8H

Sony A8H 55-inch 4K TV: was $1,899 now $1,298 @ Amazon
Save $500 on this incredible 4K OLED screen from the Sony Bravia range. We’re huge fans of the Sony A8H, thanks to its accurate color reproduction, deep blacks, and smart Android TV features. If you’re looking for the gateway to OLED bliss, this is the TV for you. 


MacBook Air: was $999 now $849 @ Amazon
The new MacBook Air sports a Core i3-1005G1 CPU, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD. It also features Apple's redesigned Magic Keyboard, which is actually great for typing. It's on sale for $899.99, but you get an extra $50 off during the checkout process for a final price of just $849.99. The 512GB model is also at $1,149.99 — it's lowest price ever. 


Sony WH1000XM4: was $373 now $298 @ Amazon
Sony’s flagship noise cancelling headphones, and our current favourite pair, the WH-1000XM4 are pricey but offer the best of the best. Superior noise cancelling tech,fast charging, touch controls, AI, and 30 hours of battery.

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Alan Martin

Freelance contributor Alan has been writing about tech for over a decade, covering phones, drones and everything in between. Previously Deputy Editor of tech site Alphr, his words are found all over the web and in the occasional magazine too. When not weighing up the pros and cons of the latest smartwatch, you'll probably find him tackling his ever-growing games backlog. Or, more likely, playing Spelunky for the millionth time.